By Cheri Colby Langdell
This booklet explains intimately what it truly is prefer to be wasting sight, legally blind, or absolutely blind, and likewise records why modern fascinating technological advances and clinical recommendations are lifting barriers for the visually impaired.
• An appendix includes a worthy checklist of on-line assets for the blind, together with hyperlinks to items, providers, and communities
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The conﬂict between the two men seems to resonate with a view of blindness that contemporary civilization no longer holds—that the blind may feel useless, redundant, incapable of doing real intellectual work. Lawrence counteracts that false assumption because here Maurice runs the family farm and is a good lifemate for his wife. In fact, there is nothing handicapped about him. A Brief History of Blindness in World Literature 43 In England in the aftermath of World War I a great many brilliant, promising young men had returned home from the front, having fought as soldiers, and many were ashamed of their disﬁgurement (Maurice has a disﬁguring mark on his face).
He has land and lamp oil because he enriched himself illegally at the company’s expense, in part at least because the company grants miners no pensions, so they ﬁnd other ways to provide for their retirement. Although not all of his gang like him, because he hoards the company’s oil illegally and sells it, Janki is revered and respected here because he knows every inch of the mine and remembers everything that has happened in each gallery. Fortunately he knows Twenty-two quite well. There is a crisis, and Janki and Kundoo are trapped along with many others in Twenty-two.
His would-be helper does not understand this and goes silent. Hull presumes he is shaking his head at the idiocy of the blind man (38). Such misunderstandings occur even when the blind person is capable and independent, and even so, others try to help him or her. John Hull for the most part doesn’t need any help from others unless some unusual hole has opened up in the path or unless there is road work on the route he crosses every day. He counts the steps on each part of every path or road or corridor he goes down, so he virtually always knows exactly where he is.